I set up the best career in the KBO league and started a re-challenge in the big leagues, but the reality is different. Is it because I really met the wrong team?
Drew Luchinski, who played for the NC Dinos until last year, is now a member of the Oakland Athletics.
During the four seasons he played in the KBO League, Luczynski was always the best pitcher. In the 2020 season, he was 19-5, with an ERA of 3.05, and was second in wins, and was NC’s ‘ace’ responsible for double-digit victories for three consecutive years. During the 4 seasons he played in the KBO League, he was responsible for more than 30 games and 170 innings in 4 consecutive seasons.
Luchinski, who signed with Oakland ahead of this season and tried again in the big leagues, but the ordeal continues. On the 16th (Korean time), in the game against the Arizona Diamondbacks at home in Oakland, he faced Merrill Kelly from SK, but Luchinski was completely defeated. Luchinski became a losing pitcher with 6 hits (2 homers) and 5 walks and 5 runs in 3⅔innings. He allowed as many as two home runs and did not complete the fourth inning.
After starting the season, Luchinski, who got a total of 4 starts, is experiencing the worst slump with 4 losses and an average ERA of 10.95. Oakland, of course, is having their worst season. While the relocation of the hometown is being made official, the team’s performance is the worst ever. As of the 16th, with 9 wins and 33 losses, it is last in the American League West, and it is also last among all 30 major league clubs. Both pitchers and hitters are having their worst seasons. It’s a level where you can’t expect help from your colleagues.
However, judging from the contents of Luchinski’s appearance, it is not because he met the wrong team. Even if Auckland gets the first point with difficulty, Luchinski allows concentrated hits in the 2nd to 4th innings, and the pattern of collapsing first is repeated every game 스포츠토토.
First of all, the jegu itself doesn’t work well. Luczynski’s strike rate this season is about 50% of the total number of pitches. He has a lot of balls and a lot of balls to drive, so his hit rate is high and he walks a lot. His on-base per inning (WHIP) is 2.35. It’s a total mess.
Not only Kelly, but also KBO pitchers who are currently playing in the major leagues, such as Chris Flexen and Luchinski, are proud of Korean baseball. However, Luchinski has yet to find a way out.